I have just returned from the classic bike show at Stafford. While I was driving past Stafford University I noticed a particularly rare species of fir tree. Pinus Microwavius cellphonii is only ever seen on high ground and always alone, never in copses or clumps. Its fir cones are an unusual shape and grow clustered around the trunk, dispersing seeds over the surrounding ground at ultra high frequency.
I can only assume that whoever designed these these things has never seen a real fir, and played with Lego plastic trees when he (or she) was a child. Click on the image for a slightly larger tree substitute.